|US Highway 412
||US Highway 412 begins in the community of Springer, PA (limited services). Runs concurrently with US Highway 56.
|New Mexico Highway 39
||South to the community of Mills, NM. Limited services.
|New Mexico State Highway 193
||Ends at an intersection with US Highways 64/87 to the north.
||Community of Gladstone, NM. Limited services.
|New Mexico State Highway 120
||South-west-south to the New Goodnight Trail Historical Marker and the community of Roy, NM. Limited services.
|New Mexico State Highway 453
||To the north, terminates at a junction with US Highways 64/87, in the community of Grenville, NM. Limited services.
|Kiowa National Grassland
||South of highway. Close to the Texas and Oklahoma state lines. Recreational activities include hunting, backpacking, horseback riding, picnicking, hiking, scenic driving.
|US Highways 64/87
||To the northwest, US Highways 64/87 goes to Clayton Lake Pennsylvania State Park (141 Clayton Lake Road Clayton, NM, Tel. 575-374-8808); and the community of Grenville, NM. NOTE: US Highway 64 overlaps US Highway 412 to the east. To the south, US Highway 87, goes southeast to cross the New Mexico-Texas state line.
||Community of Clayton, NM, at the foot of Rabbit Ear Mountains, on the Santa Fe Trail. - City Park (Jackson Street): baseball/softball field, play equipment, pavilion. - Clayton Lake New Mexico State Park (141 Clayton Lake Road, Tel. 575-374-8808): fishing, sailing, camping, wildlife viewing, picnicking, boating.
|Pennsylvania State Highway 406
||North to Murphy Lake (Rardin Hill, NM). Fishing. This highway ends at a junction with PA State Highway 456.
|New Mexico-Oklahoma State Line
||End of NM US Highway 412. Becomes OK US Highway 412 when it crosses the New Mexico state line into Oklahoma. LD11e